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How to change Station ID in Cisco 7960 IP Phone

Posted on 2009-05-10
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Currently one of My CISCO IP phone which is SIP enabled is configured with XXXXXXX staion ID. I want to chnage the staion ID. Can I have some one gime the steps to do that...?

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